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From: Marianne de Nazareth <mde.na...@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 8:52 PM
Subject: Re: [efloraofindia:63276] Fwd: Identification of the tree please
To: Rashida Atthar <atthar....@gmail.com>
Yes it is Rashida! Looking at this picture after you gave the name I could identify the seeds and the leaf!Wow you all are really brilliant!I gathered a lot of the seeds. How does the tree reproduce? Just use the dry seeds? I'd love to grow aome saplings!regds,Marianne
Just so that you are not disappointed - the seeds require pre-treatment prior to sowing...
They have to be soaked in cold water for 24 hrs. The seeds that sink to the bottom of the container are viable and have to be promptly sown. The seeds that are found floating obviously have to be discarded.
Good Luck !!!
--- On Tue, 2/22/11, Marianne de Nazareth <mde.na...@gmail.com> wrote:
Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.
Some earlier relevant feedback:
“This is Anogeissus latifolia.
“Is it Clistanthus colinus? planted by forest dept in a large scale.
On 6/11/11, J.M. Garg <jmg...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.
> Some earlier relevant feedback:
> “This is *Anogeissus latifolia*.
> “Is it Clistanthus colinus? planted by forest dept in a large scale.
> Dr.Kadus Arvind.”
> “For me it is Cleistanthus collinus for sure.” from Mahadeswara ji.
> "This is *not Cleistanthus collinus*. In Cleistanthus the bark is at
> first buff or creamy in color which during summer turns to black. the
> bark does not have blotches. the leave does not resemble Cleistanthus.
> also it is *not A. latifolia nor A. pendula*.
> Satish Pardeshi"
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> From: Marianne de Nazareth <mde.na...@gmail.com>
> Date: 21 February 2011 18:20
> Subject: [efloraofindia:63268] Fwd: Identification of the tree please
> To: indiantreepix <indian...@googlegroups.com>
> I have attached pictures of a tree bark and its leaves for identification.
> The trees are growing in Bandipur just beyond Mysore and look like a
> plantation of the same variety. They are slim trees.
> Grateful for identification please.
> Many thanks!
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> With regards,
> J.M.Garg (jmg...@gmail.com)
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